No Longhorns drafted for first time since '37
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For the first time since 1937, the Longhorns failed to have a player selected in the NFL draft.
Texas was one of just five schools from college football's five power conferences (Big 12, SEC, ACC, Big Ten, Pac-12) to suffer the ignominious feat.
The Texas shutout, however, was one of the big surprises of the draft.
All 32 NFL teams attended Texas' pro day March 26 to scout Jeffcoat and other Texas prospects.
The historically poor draft showing underscored the Longhorns' slide in recent years under coach Mack Brown.